Revolution: A People's Methodology of Regime Change
Publication date 2014-11-20
Topics Ancient Egyptian Religion, Political Sociology, Social Change, Black Studies Or African American Studies, African Studies, Development Economics, Political Economy, Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Education, African-American Political Thought, Social changes, Regime change, Effectiveness of Foreign Aid in Sub Saharan Africa, Postcoloniality and decolonization, Social Change, Community Economic Development, Public Management, Policy Analysis and Evaluation Research, Project/program Management, Sociology of Education, Strategic Management, Middle Passage, Atlantic World Slavery, African Diaspora, Slavery and Medicine, Black Women's History, Violence Studies, Caribbean History, Pan African Studies, Social and political science, Political Participation, African American History/pan Africanism, Political Science and public administration, Political Economy and History, Political Communication and Public Opinion, Public Communication. Political Communication, Africana Studies / Black consciousness, Pan African Spirituality and Religion, Garveyism, Nationalism and Decolonization, and Pan Africanism and Regional Integration, African Philosophy, Political Theory, Political Economy of Communication, Middle East & North Africa, North Africa Studies, Political Psychology, Higher Education, Black/African Diaspora, Educational Psychology, African Diaspora Studies, African History, Political Science, Revolutions, Africa, Global Social Change, South African Politics and Society, Public and Political Communication, Political Culture, West Africa, Political Violence and Terrorism, Politics, Identity politics, Nationalism, International Political Economy, Cultural Politics, Political communication, Political History, East Africa, Pan Africanism, Realism (Political Science), Education Policy, International Politics, National Identity, Nationalism And State Building, Elites (Political Science), Political Communication (Communication), South Africa (History), African Diaspora, Southern Africa, African American History, History of Political Science, African Politics, African American Studies, Social movements and revolution, Ancient Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, Race and Schooling, Social and Political Philosophy, Decolonization (African History), 'Decolonization' and the politics of settler state/Indigenous relations, Black Psychology, Ancient Egyptian History, Africana Studies, Pan-Africanism, Ancient Egyptian language, Nationalism & Conflict, Decolonization & Nationalism, Ancient Egypt, Comparative Politics, Democratization, Authoritarian Regimes, Regime Change, Concept Analysis, Measurement, Black Studies, Marcus Garvey, South Africa, Culture and Schooling, Afrikology. Social Constructivism. Pan Africanism., Decolonization, African Philosophy and Political Philosophy, Political Sciences, African history, African culture, African politics, African education, Afrocentrism, African-Centred Education, Black Psychology, Black Sociology, Black Family Research, Black Men, Black Youth, African Consciousness, Black Consciousness, Race and Racism, Revolution
Essays on a Theory of Afrikan Socio-political Economic Liberation with an Exposition on the first Black War of National Liberation: Kushite KMT/Kemet & the Expulsion of the Kushite Kanaanite Hyksos c. 2681-2706 KC [c. 1560-1535 BCE]!
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